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A panel discussion on how cities, and the city of Burlington in particular, are rethinking urban infrastructure to meet a variety of non-motorized vehicle transportation needs.
Topics: Burlington Bike Festival, RETNVT, RETN, Lisa Aultman-Hall, Anne Lusk, John Tetz
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Margaret Holden & Cathy Frank, authors of A Kayaker’s Guide To Lake Champlain: Exploring the New York, Vermont & Quebec Shores speak about their journey around Champlain. The guide offers 50 different paths of adventure: Champlain Islands, Missisquoi Bay, Inland Sea, Broad Lake North, East & West, Malletts Bay and South Bay – Enjoy Lake Champlain adventures!
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Hunger and Malnutrition in Young Children
Topics: child development, hunger, nutrition, RETNVT, RETN, Hunger and Malnutrition in Young Children,...
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Millennial Writers on Stage is presented annually by the Young Writers Project and Vermont Public Radio. The 2012 event was held at Main Street Landing's Film House on the waterfront of Burlington, Vermont, during the annual Burlington Book Festival. RESOURCES http://www.youngwritersproject.org http://www.retn.org/young-writers-pro... http://digital.vpr.net/term/young-wri... http://burlingtonbookfestival.com
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This episode of The Artist profiles Craig Colorusso, whose latest sound installation, SUN BOXES, was on exhibit at various Vermont State Parks during the summer of 2012. "Sun Boxes are an environment to enter and exit at will. It's comprised of twenty speakers operating independently, each powered by the sun via solar panels. There is a different loop set to play a guitar note in each box continuously. These guitar notes collectively make a Bb chord. Because the loops are different in...
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FEBRUARY 22, 2007 - Brownell Library This program offers a nostalgic look at the early years of IBM in Essex, Vermont. Featuring memories and stories from various IBM veterans, including 1957 Essex Junction Village Manager Corky Elwell and early IBM employee George Dunbar. Part of the Harold Meeks Memorial Lecture Series.
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Spirits of Vermont is a studio interview series centered around the craft spirits industry of Vermont. On this episode we bring Dominic Metcalfe of Vermont Distillers in to talk about his family's business, how receptive Vermont is to this growing industry, and how distillers are creating opportunities in the green mountain state.
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The VYO performs the fifth movement from Nicolai Rimski-Korsakov's "Capriccio Espagnol" at the Flynn Center in Burlington, Vermont.
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"Two brothers are reunited after years of geographical separation by a resonant collaboration in music. Blending the contemplative winters of the northeast with the solitary beauty of south western desert, the Burlington, VT based indie-folk duo has truly honed in on their kindred songwriting synergy. Since the launch of the group in March of 2013, Zack and Sam have played over 300 shows throughout the Northeast, Mid Atlantic, Southeast, South and Midwest, covering close to 30,000 miles on...
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Our first love is literature. Join the members of the DCF Committee as we share the newest master list.
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The Vermont Center for Emerging Technologies and Hotel Vermont present the Female Founder Speaker Series featuring Sascha Mayer and Christine Dodson of Mamava. Featuring female entrepreneurs from around the state, the series aims to share what it takes to start a company from the ground up. Every month, from January to June, two speakers representing a featured industry will share the story of their business, how to get started, lessons learned, where they hope to go in the future, and more....
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CCV students produce short opinion pieces at The Media Factory in Burlington, VT.
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On the day that Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin signs an historic education reform bill that creates incentives for school districts to merge, the Vermont Agency of Education and RETN visit Smilie Elementary School to explore the school's "hands on" approach to teaching civics to second and third graders. EDUCATION MINUTE and EDUCATION: JOIN THE CONVERSATION are co-produced by RETN and the Vermont Agency of Education. more at retn.org/aoe
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MILLENNIAL WRITERS ON STAGE - Jan. 2016 Student writer Gabrielle Jarrett reads a piece titled "Answer to a 5-Year-Old Son." This special Millennial Writers on Stage event was presented at the RETN Media Factory with production services provided by RETN. Millennial Writers on Stage is a program of the Young Writers Project. more at retn.org/ywp
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Tracey D'Amato shares the reason she is a teacher in RETN's new series called "why?"
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FLETCHER FREE LIBRARY - April 4, 2015 Vermont poet Judy Chalmer reads her poem entitled "An Experimental Apparatus" at the Fletcher Free Library in Burlington, Vermont. http://retn.org/poetry
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THINKING OUT LOUD - CCV, Spring 2013 A Community College of Vermont student shares their opinion about an event or issue important to them and their community.
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Vermont NEA Scholars Bowl : Medlar Cup Quarterfinal: Woodstock vs. Lyndon 2011
Topics: Vermont NEA Scholars Bowl, RETN, RETNVT
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First Wednesdays - Brownell Library, 12/7/16 Distinguished veteran diplomat George Jaeger discusses recent rapid changes in world power relationships and the key challenges America faces: from our perception of our world role and management of nuclear policy to our critical relationships with Europe, Russia, and China. The Vermont Humanities Council’s First Wednesdays series is held on the first Wednesday of every month from October through May in nine communities statewide, featuring...
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THINKING OUT LOUD - CCV, Fall 2014 A Community College of Vermont student shares their opinion about an event or issue important to them and their community.
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Phoenix Books is a local, independent bookstore that hosts frequent events where local and not-so-local authors talk about their work. The Authors is produced by Phoenix Books staff with training and equipment provided by RETN.
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Jess Polanshek is an emerging Vermont artisan working in illustration. One of several emerging artists from "The Artists of Frog Hollow" series: "Emerging" features four emerging Vermont artisans working in a variety of mediums including Jon Black (jewelry), Jess Polanshek (illustrator), Marta Sulocka, Made of Cloth (fiber) and Noel Bailey (ceramics). Each filmed segment is being created by a different emerging filmmaker from Vermont. " "The Artists of Frog...
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THINKING OUT LOUD - CCV, Spring 2011 CCV student Shawn Roberts speaks of the importance of head protection in action sports.
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Storytellers take the stage at the Light Club Lamp Shop and tell true tales of "Second Chances." Colin Ryan hosts as STVT celebrates the important work of non-profit Burlington Dismas House whose mission is to reconcile former prisoners with society and society with former prisoners. A partnership with Dismas House and RETN. To watch more videos produced in Vermont, including documentaries, local events, and more, visit any of the following RETN sites: http://www.retn.org...
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When Navicate staff members (formerly Linking Learning to Life) wanted to use video to document the work they do with students they came to RETN for help. This video includes behind-the-scenes footage and an interview recorded during the session, and it also includes extra footage shot by one of the participants after she completed the training.
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In this episode Lake Champlain Chocolates sculptress, Emily McCraken, creates the ultimate Easter chocolate treat featuring giant eggs, a chubby chicken and a straw nest.
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CONVERSATIONS: THE POWER OF CURIOSITY Linda Wellings, Facilitator of Wonder at Shelburne Farms, and Rob Mermin, founding Director of Circus Smirkus, explore what it means to be curious and consider the ways in which curiosity has shaped their personal and professional lives. Moderated by Fran Stoddard.
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THE WATERS CHAIR - March 27, 1996 Richard Halloran has been a US correspondent for the NY Times for decades in Japan and met his wife Fumiko there. They focus their talk on how Americans and Japanese remember the events of the war, its effects and their relationships. They have both authored books on these subjects. VIDEOS FROM THE VAULT Explore the RETN Archive http://www.retn.org/vault
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At THE GUND INSTITUTE, we're responding to recent events in NYC by applying our science to develop real SOLUTIONS for many of the grievances raised by the protesters occupying Wall St. We seek to shift from a focus on growth at all costs to a focus on quality of life and fair distribution of wealth and of power. THE PEOPLE ARE READY for a new economics. It's time to open up the toolbox and rework the rules of the system together.
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Shay Gestal is a violinist and singer-songwriter from Craftsbury, Vermont. She first picked up the violin at age five and has trained and performed classically ever since. Guitar in hand, Shay launched her solo singer-songwriter career in 2014. A prolific songwriter, she weaves stories about crabapples and canoes, grace and silver linings, cherry wine and sunshine. She finished her three-part, year-long 'Burlington to Boulder' tour in December 2015. She is currently organizing the production...
Topics: ArtsRiot, Vermont music, Rocket Shop Live, Shay Gestal
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Major Jackson visits Phoenix Books, Burlington for a reading and book talk about his new poetry collection, Roll Deep. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Major Jackson is the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship, among other honors. He teaches at the University of Vermont and is the poetry editor of the Harvard Review. His first book, Leaving Saturn, was a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle award. Each of his last two collections, Hoops and Holding Company, was a finalist for the NAACP Image Award...
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THINKING OUT LOUD - CCV, Fall 2010 A Community College of Vermont student shares their opinion about an event or issue important to them and their community. http://retn.org/tol
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Get ready for spring with Peter Shea! He'll discuss his book Vermont Trout Ponds. Peter Shea has a thirty-five year history of writing and publishing on outdoor topics, mostly trout fishing and mostly Vermont. His latest title is Vermont Trout Ponds, a personal selection of some of the author’s favorite lakes and ponds. Peter and his wife Carol have one daughter and live in Burlington. He is Director of Corporate Support at Vermont PBS, and continues his love affair with trout fishing. Watch...
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Book reviews of new children's and young adult books for school and public librarians. Presented by Grace Greene of the Vermont Department of Libraries. RESOURCES http://retn.org/library-materials-review http://libraries.vermont.gov/
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Anya Silver is a poet from Macon, Georgia. She has published two books of poetry, I Watched You Disappear (2014) and The Ninety-Third Name of God (2010). Her poems have been featured on Garrison Keillor’s “The Writer’s Almanac,” in Ted Kooser’s syndicated column, “American Life in Poetry,” as an Academy of American Poets poem of the day and on Poetry Daily. She has published in numerous literary journals, including Image, Five Points, Shenandoah, New Ohio Review, The Georgia...
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Sept. 17, 2016 - Shelburne Museum THE LIFE AND ART OF GRANDMA MOSES Symposium Katherine Jentleson, Ph.D., Merrie and Dan Boone Curator of Folk and Self-Taught Art at the High Museum of Art, examines the work and times of Anna Mary Robertson "Grandma" Moses at the Shelburne Museum.
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The Young Writers Project Inc. is an independent non-profit that aims to engage youths in writing, help them get better at it and publish their work to external audiences. As part of its core mission, YWP devotes much of its focus on the students who need help the most — youths who feel isolated by geography, by disadvantage or by belief that writing is not important and/or that they're no good at writing.
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THINKING OUT LOUD - CCV, Spring 2013 A Community College of Vermont student shares their opinion about an event or issue important to them and their community.
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PHOENIX BOOKS - more authors at http://retn.org/phoenix As Burlington grew into a city out of wilderness, more citizens meant more opportunities for crime. Horse thefts, murders and drunken brawls swamped the young and prosperous city. Those misdeeds inspired the first officers of what would become the Burlington Police Department to serve and protect. Step behind the scenes of the Griswold murder case, the Mad Riot of 1898 and the murder of Officer James McGrath. Glimpse the dangers of police...
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In this excerpt, structural engineers and architects question the government's theory that asymmetrical damage and fires in World Trade Center building 7 caused a symmetrical collapse. Learn how to order your DVD copy at http://911expertsspeakout.org/ This excerpt was selected to promote RETN's airing of the Burlington, Vermont premiere by Richard Gage, AIA. You may watch the full event which features Gage's introduction to the film, his film, and his answers to questions at http://bit.ly/ReOYV4
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THE WATERS CHAIR - Oct. 23, 1998 Intro by Dr. Oren Davis, this is the first presentation of the Pathways to the Spirit series. This 10/23/98 lecture is presented by Dr. Robert A.V. Thurman, a professor of religion at Columbia University. He has found his way to spirituality through Buddism as a scholar and translator of many texts for more than 30 years and has become a friend to the Dalai Lama. Dr Thurman talks about the Tibetan path to enlightenment. VIDEOS FROM THE VAULT Explore the RETN...
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This short documentary looks at the Big Picture program at South Burlington High School. This piece was created during an internship at RETN in the spring of 2013 by SBHS student, Sandra Burt.
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Dr. Wendy Woloson, professor of history at Rutgers University discusses the history of sugar and the confections that were made with it. To watch more videos produced in Vermont, including documentaries, local events, and more, visit any of the following RETN sites: http://www.retn.org http://www.youtube.com/retnvt http://www.youtube.com/pknbtv http://www.youtube.com/vtschools
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The Young Writers Project Inc. is an independent non-profit that aims to engage youths in writing, help them get better at it and publish their work to external audiences. As part of its core mission, YWP devotes much of its focus on the students who need help the most — youths who feel isolated by geography, by disadvantage or by belief that writing is not important and/or that they're no good at writing.
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Host Shelagh C Shapiro interviews Dominican-American writer Julia Alvarez on her most recent book "A Wedding in Haiti: The Story of a Friendship." This episode of Catalyst is a co-production between RETN and Write the Book on The Radiator WOMM-LP 105.9 FM Burlington, VT. Heard every Monday, from 2-3 p.m., Write The Book is the Radiator's program for writers and curious readers. Host Shelagh C. Shapiro interviews authors, poets, illustrators, agents and editors about the books we love...
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Full Walrus' music combines elements from a variety of strong influences such as Radiohead, Pink Floyd, Animal Collective, My Bloody Valentine and a number of other bands that are good! Rocket Shop Live at ArtsRiot is a monthly concert series made possible with support from ArtsRiot, Big Heavy World, and RETN. The concerts are presented live on one Wednesday each month at ArtsRiot and broadcast live through Big Heavy World's website and online at theradiator.com. This month features the...
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Elaine Young--Champlain Initiative
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Explore the future of Native Americans from our region as well as new, culturally unique communities who have settled or are now settling in Vermont. How do members of these populations imagine their future in the state, both in the short term and generations hence? Panelists include Brent Bjorkman of the Vermont Folklife Center; Bosnian community leader Mehida Jusufagic; Jacob Bogre of the Association of Africans Living in Vermont; Wanda Heading-Grant, Associate Provost for Multicultural...
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An exploration of the journey of the soul. The Vermont Youth Chorus perform CHOOSE SOMETHING LIKE A STAR from Frostiana by Randall Thompson with a chamber orchestra featuring musicians from the Vermont Youth Orchestra. An exploration of the journey of the soul. Caleb Pillsbury, conductors - Mary Jane Austin, accompanist
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Vermont NEA Scholars Bowl. 2010 | Medlar Cup Final: South Burlington vs. Woodstock
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An exploration of the journey of the soul. The Vermont Youth Chorus perform THE PASTURE from Frostiana by Randall Thompson with a chamber orchestra featuring musicians from the Vermont Youth Orchestra. Caleb Pillsbury, conductors - Mary Jane Austin, accompanist
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Storytelling VT hosts a special night of stories being told without notes in the magical space that is the Light Club Lamp Shop. The theme is Money: Tell us about a time in your life when you were a Scrooge, a Gatsby, a Mother Theresa, or perhaps a confusing mashup of all three. Hosted by Colin Ryan and in partnership with RETN Vermont. To watch more videos produced in Vermont, including documentaries, local events, and more, visit any of the following RETN sites: http://www.retn.org...
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Join Special Olympics Vermont for the Annual Burlington Penguin Plunge! Invite your friends, co-workers, family and classmates to brave the icy waters of Lake Champlain with you to raise awareness and funds for the 1,500 athletes of Special Olympics Vermont. To watch more videos produced in Vermont, including documentaries, local events, and more, visit any of the following RETN sites: http://www.retn.org http://www.youtube.com/retnvt http://www.youtube.com/pknbtv...
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Andrew Smith discusses Sugar: A Gobal History. To watch more videos produced in Vermont, including documentaries, local events, and more, visit any of the following RETN sites: http://www.retn.org http://www.youtube.com/retnvt http://www.youtube.com/pknbtv http://www.youtube.com/vtschools
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Panel discussion at the Gross National Happiness USA Conference at Champlain College. 
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Archaeologist John Crock, Director of the University of Vermont Consulting Archaeology Program, talks about recent ground-breaking discoveries from the Lake Champlain valley of Vermont. Lecture and discussion. This is the first lecture of an annual series to honor beloved Vermont archaeologist Jim Petersen.
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Ornithology enthusiasts explore the Queen City's feathered residents and what they can teach us in "Birds of Burlington." Presented by Allan Strong, Professor of wildlife and natural resources at UVM, and Trish O'Kane, Environmental researcher and lecturer at UVM. Burlington Geographic, and this unfolding story of Burlington's place-based identity, is the current focus of the  PLACE (Place-based Landscape Analysis & Community Engagement) Program , an initiative of The University...
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"The Snaz started in 2011 with a bunch of songs and few local gigs. In the fall of 2012, the Snaz gained the attention of Grammy award winning music producer, Peter Solley who worked with them on their first two audio releases. When the Snaz won the Brattleboro Battle of the Bands, their prize was recording time at the world-class Guilford Sound studio in Guilford, Vermont. The resulting CD in the spring of 2013 produced a hit tune, “Anna”, which was the #2 song on Northampton’s WRSI...
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The Young Writers Project's new offices host the final poetry slam and open mic of the 2015 season.
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Xenia Dunford is a musical nomad and unabashedly honest lyricist, Xenia's music is made of the stuff of life. Her songs are inspired by the human condition and heavily steeped in her own experience. She is a trained vocalist, self-taught multi-instrumentalist, mildly amusing amateur author, and an impetuous ingenue desperately seeking love and affection with a penchant for alliterative banter... all without seeming too desperate.
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STORYCRAFT - Stories in Motion: A Conversation about the Work, Art and Practice of Performing The Media Factory - Burlington, VT - May 19, 2016 http://retn.org/storycraft It seems like everywhere you look, people are talking about storytelling. But what about STORYMAKING? What does it take to craft a great story, on paper, on stage, on the air, and on camera? How do story makers organize their ideas, edit their work, create habits and practices, and find inspiration? We want to know, and figure...
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Produced by Barbwire Digital Video, 2011 The Stowe Film Society presents, at its inaugural meeting, the Oscar nominated screenwriter Hawk Ostby. Mr. Ostby reflects on his experiences as a screenwriter and offers advice to those with career aspirations in the Vermont film industry.
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April 16, 2014 Gregory Douglass' evocative, alternative sound blends "Rufus Wainwright´s opulent musicality and Justin Timberlake´s accessible soulfulness," according to OUT Magazine. His recent spotlight on NPR's "Morning Edition" has coined him "one of New England's best-kept secrets." Douglass has shared the stage with artists like They Might Be Giants, Shawn Colvin, The Weepies, Jason Mraz, Regina Spektor, and Margaret Cho. Douglass' 2009 release BATTLER...
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CONVERSATIONS: THE POWER OF CURIOSITY Nissa Kauppila and Walter Wick explore what it means to be curious and consider the ways in which curiosity has shaped their personal and professional lives. Moderated by Fran Stoddard.
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Vermont NEA Scholars Bowl :  Semifinal: SBHS vs. Middlebury 2011
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A panel of guest speakers consider the work and times of Anna Mary Robertson "Grandma" Moses to contextualize the Shelburne Museum exhibit GRANDMA MOSES: AMERICAN MODERN. Panelists include Jamie Franklin, Curator, Bennington Museum; Katherine Jentleson, Ph.D., Merrie and Dan Boone Curator of Folk and Self-Taught Art, High Museum of Art; Jane Kallir, co-director of the Galerie St. Etienne, New York; and moderated by Thomas Denenberg, Ph.D., Director, Shelburne Museum.
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THINKING OUT LOUD - CCV, Fall 2012 A Community College of Vermont student shares their opinion about an event or issue important to them and their community.
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Champlain Presents is a series of mini documentaries made by Champlain College students. Featuring work by Tyler Bradley, Mack MacDowell, Ryan Malle, Tyler Jennings-Peczka, Mae Sullivan, Eric Schlossman, Katie Bullock, Dylan Staid, Daniel Michaud, Will Davis and Gratton Rider. Produced by Keith Oppenheim. more at http://www.retn.org/champlain-presents To watch more videos produced in Vermont, including documentaries, local events, and more, visit any of the following RETN sites:...
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Spindle & Widget's Gin Ferrara demonstrates a variety of basic shot types that will make your mobile movie so much better.
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Maker Faire is becoming one of the world's premier events that includes an exhibit of arts, technology, and science. Vermont is poised to hold its first Maker Faire called the Champlain Maker Faire at Shelburne Farms Saturday September 29. Dale Dougherty, who recently appeared on CNN's Next List and was honored at the White House as a Champion of Change, discusses Maker Faire and what it means to restore America's ability in making things and to engage all of us in science, technology and...
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Theatre is Aaron Masi's passion. He is the president and treasurer of the Green Candle Theatre Company, a non-profit organization based in Burlington, Vermont that is dedicated to the production of original theatre, the sustainability of the creative economy, and the cultural development of the community. Aaron Masi is the writer, director, and producer of "The Nose" (2008) and the "the napoleon" (2012). His next original production, "The Pirate Play", premiers...
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Burlington Flowing: Water's complex journey from tap to sewer to lake and beyond Megan Moir takes us through sewers, faucets, ponds and pipes to demystify Burlington’s water systems. Boat builder and maritime historian Douglas Brooks explores Burlington’s long relationship with recreation on Lake Champlain. Burlington Geographic, and this unfolding story of Burlington's place-based identity, is the current focus of the PLACE (Place-based Landscape Analysis & Community Engagement)...
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THINKING OUT LOUD - CCV, Fall 2015 A Community College of Vermont student shares their opinion about an event or issue important to them and their community.
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THINKING OUT LOUD - CCV, Spring 2012 A Community College of Vermont student shares their opinion about an event or issue important to them and their community.
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